Bridge project tiptoes around fish migration

10/26/2004 | Engineering News-Record

The contractor building a reinforced concrete bridge in Canada had to plan the project around a 90-day window when in-river work would not disturb salmon in the river migrating to their spawning grounds. The timing of the delicate pile-driving work required innovation and efficiency, especially since the location of power lines near the site hampered crane placement.

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